“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you.  I do not give to you as the world gives.  Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.”  John 14:27

In the summer of 1994, I received a phone call from the Emergency Room, Scripps Memorial.  The nurse calmly said, “Mrs. Noon, your husband is OK.  He fell off his bike.  We need you to come to the hospital.  He might need some surgery.”  Though I didn’t know what to think or to do, my first reaction was to call for prayer.  On my way to the hospital, I started praying in tongues, since my mind and heart were so upset.

When I arrived at the hospital, I called Cathee to comfort me.  God really used her in my moment of despair.  My whole body felt so warm and peaceful, almost as if I was anesthetized.  God did not allow me to loose control of my body or my heart when I saw Tome covered in blood.  He had broken his cheekbones, nose and lower jaw.

I spoke to his doctor, a Christian man.  He told me before taking Tom into the operating room, “Don’t worry.  Tom is going to be fine.  It is Jesus Christ who will operate on Tom.  I am only His instrument.”  I knew immediately that Jesus was in control, and all I had to do was to trust Him and wait.  To God be the Glory everything was fine.

Oona N.

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